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ads. he is followed by the republican address by congressman greg walden, who urges house speaker nancy pelosi to allow an up or down vote on legislation that would cut government spending and stop what he calls tax hikes that are set to take effect on january 1. >> back in january, in my state of the union address, a ward of the danger posed by a supreme court ruling called citizens united. this decision overturns decades of law. it gave the special interest the power to spend without limit and without public disclosure, to run ads in order to influence elections. now as an election approaches, it is not just the theory. we can see for ourselves how destructive to our democracy this can become. we have seen it in the flood of deceptive attack ads sponsored by special interest, using front ribs with misleading names. we all know who is behind these ads -- we don't know who is behind these ads are who is paying for them. they are able to swing freely and are to turn an election. voters are able to make an informed judgment about the group's motivations. anyone running these ads wou
enhancement ads, the drugs for females are nowhere to be seen. is it too sexy or sexist? ashleigh banfield with our series "sex in america." >> reporter: it's become part of our national conversation. things we may have never said on tv a few years ago are on tv at every hour. >> don't let it get in the way. >> seek immediate medical help for an erection lasting more than four hours. >> the ads are on during primetime television and nobody blinks an eye, because we just accept that it's okay to talk about men needing and wanting sexual pleasure and function. >> reporter: but are we just as okay when it comes to what a woman wants? maybe not. according to the journal of the american medical association, more women suffer from sexual dysfunction than men do. 43% to 31%. with numbers like that, you'd think there would be just as many ads on tv hawking products to help women. >> no. >> reporter: enter rachel and mary. two women trying to change that. they run a company that makes zestra, a product aimed at helping women who struggle in the bedroom. how does it work? >> it's topically applied a
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the next prong of our self-regulatory program, which has to do with interface ads on the internet. i think i mentioned to you that i was watching one of your earlier shows, and one of the things mentioned was that the ftc is keenly interested in having some sort of symbol where consumers can see the symbol and know what it means and have confidence that they can make choices about ads, and that is exactly what the next phase of the self-regulatory program is going to do. we will be launching an icon, which will appear on third- party-delivered ads on the internet. when consumers get familiar with it, they will be able to see it and know what it means. it means you are being delivered interface acts, and with one or possibly two, but typically one click, you will be able to exercise choices. >> when it comes to wireless, we are all about apps these days. this is an app for "usa today," but it says that this application has access to the following -- your location, storage, network communication, which is full internet access to my phone, and phone calls. it can read phone state and identity
who confronted him onthe ads and also jeffrey toobin on the legality of running them and the constitutionality of trying to stop them. >>> we begin tonight with a surisi way that politicians had discovered they can look good and big companies have lened they can buy influence in washington. what is this legal loophole? we're talking about charities. at least two dozen charities according to "the new york times," set up by individual democrat and republican lawmakers. big name politicians who big companies want to be in bed with. let's be clear, these charities seem to do good work. they give out scholarships, fight cancer, give to local causes. why do so many big companies want to donate to little foundations that just happen to be setup by congressmen? you're about to find out. remember wn the democrats took over and promised the culture of corruption in d.c. was done? this is what nancy pelosi said back then. >> this all comes back to the american people. they have toave confidence that congress is here to work in the people's interest, not the special interests. th
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first television ad entitled "let's get to work." >> kim dacey joins us live from northwest baltimore with details. >> early voting polling places opened on friday. nearly 23,000 people statewide have cast their ballots already. those who have not have more to think about as bob ehrlich hit the tv airwaves. >> i am bob ehrlich. >> in his first television ad, bob ehrlich reintroduced himself to maryland voters. >> i am not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. >> he showed the -- we showed the spot to a political analyst. >> it was a perfect ad for his campaign. ad looks good. >> the esthetics always matter with ads. there are subtle things, but it is important as to getting the mood of the candidate. >> it outlines his major goals -- help small businesses, protect the bay, and -- >> fix the budget. >> "bob ehrlich is once again distorting the facts and making more empty promises as he tries to run away from his record." early never provide -- bob ehrlich never provided specifics as to how he will accomplish these goals. >> voters want to know how you will help us out of
times. closer to home, critics have called the online classified ad site craigslist the single largest source of prostitution in america. cnn challenged its founder on how he was trying to clean it up. >> what are you guys doing to protect these girls? >> this week, craigslist pulled the plug. next, see the story that started it all and hear reaction from those who demanded the ads come down. >>> and stopping the bullying. not in class but at the office. one city is considering outlawing workplace bullies. we'll tell you why and how. always do a super job. well, it is. just get the superpagesmobile app on your phone. and look for a business with the superguarantee®. you'll get the job done right, or we'll step in and help make it right. so, protect yourself. use your phone to find a business with the superguarantee®. only from superpages.com®. and let the good guys come to the rescue. when you approach things from a different perspective, you don't end up with just another car. you end up with the all-new saab 9-5 luxury sport sedan. >>> advocates who protect women and children from
passes for years and years and years, it always passes. they also added on an immigration bill. you had all of the republicans voting no on a proceed move. the division is not just about policy. it's about politics. susan collins of maine says it's time for the change, but she wouldn't go for it because she was bothered by how this was done. there's real frustration that harry reid decided to put it through now and to eliminate the chance for republicans to make any changes. so here is how susan collins made her argument. >> i think it's the right thing to do. i think it's only fair. but i cannot vote to proceed to this bill under a situation that is going to shut down the debate and preclude republican amendments. >> and a real hitch for republicans is something they were able to point to and that is the pentagon is right now conducting a survey where they're talking to members of the military to see how a change in the policy, repealing the man, would affect moral, how would it play out in the day-to-day lives of men and women in uniform. that's due in december. a lot of republicans s
, out now. it hit the air this weekend. >> in his first television ad in his race to get his old job back, republican bob ehrlich reintroduce himself to maryland voters. >> i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. >> we showed the spot to a political analyst. >> it was a perfect opening at. >> he says it mashes o'malley's positivity and the ads look good from the blue sky to his blue shirt. >> it is a very subtle thing, but it's very important as to getting the mood of the candid it. >> his goals are to help small- business, protect the bay, and fix the budget. the o'malley campaign e-mail us with a response to the ad. in his pipe in the sky and, bob ehrlich is distorting the facts and making more and the promises as he tries to run away from his record as the biggest spending governor in maryland history. the ad does not provide specifics as to how he will accomplish the goals. >> voters want to know how you are going to help us out of the recession. >> the ad also says that maryland has a dangerous debt, higher taxes and not enough jobs. says he'malley campaign r
. go ahead. >> she had a way of adding humor to the class. >> if it weren't for the dedication and the passion my teachers have, we would all probably be failing in those classes. >> what do you think students can do to make sure they get a better education? >> you have to push yourself to learn as much as you can in whatever class you're in. >> i think simply just raising your hand in class and saying something and taking an active role in just a single class helps you stay more involved. >> don't just put your education in a little box at school. go above and beyond that. >> my mom pushed me to do my best because i like to get good grades, but sometimes if i'm feeling lazy, i'll be lazy, but my mom is the one that really keeps me straight. >> i think it's great when parents are involved, but they have to realize they need to let us spread our wings. >> one one thing could best help fix american schools? >> in my school, they lessened up the teachers. i think that was the worst idea ever. i know we need to save money, but education needs to come first. >> i think if you cut te
, the campaign ads are getting nasty. >> the taliban dan webster, hands off our bodies. >> couric: and everybody in the world has a story. but can steve hartman get him to tell it? captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, each. the future of the country will soon be in their hands but america's school children are not keeping up with the competition from overseas. today president obama said one answer is more school. he wants to extend the school year by as much as a month. the president also said he knows firsthand the challenges many schools are facing, including right in the nation's capital. here's our chief white house correspondent chip reid. >> reporter: president obama's daughters, seventh grader malia, and fourth grader sasha go to an elite private school where tuition is more than $30,000 a year. today, the president, a strong proponent of public schools, was asked if he thought his daughters would get the same high quality education in a d.c. public school. >> i'll be blunt with
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using against them. that means going negative. it means brutally honest, devastatingly negative ads. as one strategist pointed out, anyone who spends money on a positive ad may as well get give money to charity. the democrats are finally getting tough. and that's our top story tonight. >>> plus, what scares you? what's to fear if the republicans grab control of the congress? another government shutdown in order to shift spending power to the congress? a relentless campaign to take down president obama. listen tonight to what the republicans themselves are offering up. >>> also, we have a glimmer of good economic news this morning. the jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point to 9.6%. and 54,000 jobs were lost overall because of the temporary census bureau jobs coming to an end. but the private sector added 67,000 new jobs, higher than expected. that offers hope that things are getting better in the real economic world out there. still some democrats are quite worried about ending bush tax cuts for the top brackets. we'll look into that. some of them are starting to get very wary at
classified ad site craigslist the single source of prostitution in america. cnn challenged its founder on how he was trying to clean up the site. take a listen. >> what are you guys doing to protect these girls? >> no answer there. this weekend, craigslist pulled the plug. in a bit, we'll have the reaction from those who demanded just that. plus, a new campaign to ease tensions over a proposed islamic center and mosque near ground zero. >> i'm a new york city firefighter and i responded to 9/11 and i am a muslim. >> that is just part of a new ad campaign from an islamic group trying to get its message out. what are they saying? whoo! whoo! this is why we do this! freedom! the open road! no doubt! and progressive has great coverage and policies starting at just $95 a year. i dig that! most bikers do -- that's why progressive is number one! whoo! whoo! let's renew up. yeah, that sounds good, man. do i have any bugs in my teeth? no, you're good. number one in motorcycle insurance. now, that's progressive. these are the final weeks of our summer sales event. i'm angie everhart, and i lost 34 poun
but many voters are weary of the campaign ads and attacks. proposition 19 on the november ballot will legalize and tax marijuana. is it the answer to california's budget woes? and, recommendations from "the do list" about exhibitions and performances in the bay area this fall. those stories next. >> belva: good evening. welcome to "this week in northern california." i'm belva davis. joining me tonight on our panel are, carla marinucci, political reporter with the "san francisco chronicle" on the final push to win the hearts and minds of voters in california. josh richman, political and legal affairs reporter with the "oakland tribune" with the close look at proposition 19, and the impact of legalizing and taxing pot. and tom baker, consumer editor for ktvu channel 2 news. we'll begin with you, tom. tell us what you can about the explosion that shook all of us yesterday. >> it is a remarkable failure because it really shouldn't happen, given all of the protocols in place and all the things that happened to have such a fail-year you wonder. with such a catastrophic failure somebody
left behind. the political ad that may have gone too far. and dogs banned for their own safety. >>> well, we've all seen the videos people using cell phones to record police officers us usually doing something that makes the cops look pretty bad. now some officers have started wearing their own cameras. you may not notice them at first, but rob all right lyles shows us how to spot them. >> reporter: suiting up once meant a badge and a gun. now it means a recording device as well. >> just so i can record myself when i stop people. >> reporter: motor officer jason scott has been paranoid complaints and lawsuits alleging officer misconduct have increased in the last decade. usually in a battle of he said she said. but that's about to change. >> this is the new age of policing. >> reporter: 15 oakland officers are now wearing on their chests, the portable video system. it records both video and then audio that is then sent to superiors at the end of each shift. >> i'm able to record everything, you know, and i'm able to download it. it's there, you have a record of it. so i can go
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candidate in u.s. history and tonight whitman is fighting back against a new attack ad. her lawyers even warn tv stations not to run it. don knapp on the one word that the campaign is taking issue with. >> they're crippling. >> reporter: this is the political ad that led to threats of a lawsuit. >> whitman said we should cut another $7 billion from our schools, teacher layoffs, 100,000 more, 33% larger class sizes and even more cuts to arts and music programs. >> reporter: whitman's attorney calls the spot a lie. the spot was done by the california teachers association, the teachers union. the attorney fired off a letter to television station managers telling them they can be held liable for slanderous statements if they run the ad. most television stations including cbs5 stopped running the ad. >> speaking of negative ads, the california teachers soccer put up an ad that was blatantly false. >> reporter: whitman reacted to the ad in san francisco during an appearance at yelp. >> they said i wanted to cut the education budget by $7 million lay off 100,000 teachers. i never said anything
'malley as governor maryland has moved back toward. >> reporter: while former governor released positive ads the gop is doing the dirty work. this ad blasts o'malley for the unemployment rate and raising taxes during his term on negative ad bought and paid for by the republican party. who is higher up sees an opening in a traditionally blue state. >> it has to be in play. new jersey was won by chris christy. so if scott brown can do it if chris christy can do it bob can do it. >> this tough economy we need a governor on our side. >> reporter: o'malley is fighting back. the current governor has been running negative ads since the primary season but focusing in on ehrlich's old record insisting he raised taxes himself but called them fees. o'malley also continues to say in his ads ehrlich was a paid lobbiest for big business. kathleen kennedy says negative ads are a part of the stretch run in any campaign. >> the fact is people will always say angry things at the end of the campaign. it happens. people will ask themselves who will be better for them? who will be better for the state? that will be gove
. >>> the democratic candidatee baltimore county executive are attention through the mediaaand those ads don't come cheap. the most recent campaign finance report show kevin k camnents has spent 4 times more money. barton felder out spent camnents on brochures. his total comes too$500,000. whereas the op nent has placed the epublican candidate is running unopposed. >>> stay tuned for fox 45 morning news for continuing coverage of thii story. we will talk to a political analysts about the biggest raaes that are going on. we will have a candidate to talk about his cal pain. ttat is coming up in the 7:00 hour. >>> marylanders who want to vote byyabsentee ballot only with a few hours left to request their %-they must receive a sign and request for applicction today. anyone ho wants to go through fax or e-mail has until 11:59 this evening. after today, people will have to request must be madeein perron. you can get all the latest information on next week's primaay and the november elections from fox 5. go to foxbaltimore.com and click %-labor day in wisconsint the announcing a plan that will get the p
anything at all. good evening everyone. the web site for classified ads took down its adults services section, replacing the title with the word censored. this comes after 17 attorneys general called on kraig list to get rid of the ads. >> are the thumbing their nose or seriously taking down adult ads for good? we found ads posted that are soliciting sex. >> those are now full of praise. >> over a number of years, we have persuaded craigslist to take action eliminating prostitution ads, and fortunately now it's done the right thing voluntarily by shutting down the adult services section. >> reporter: or has it and the word censored appeared where the adults services section once was, but it's pointed out, ads for sex are still there. >> any look at their web site, you'll see that they're now on casual encounters. >> reporter: we clicked on that link and found postings offering sex. >> they're facilitating buying and selling and marketing of the most vulnerable people in our culture. that's people in prostitution. >> reporter: craigslist c.e.o. has not responded to questions about the
. >> too extreme for colorado. that is an ad being run right now by democratic senator michael bennett of colorado. his opponent ken buck is one of at least five republican senate candidates that we know of who want the government to make abortion illegal, even in cases where a woman is pregnant as the result of rape or incest. the federal government should monitor every pregnancy of every american woman everywhere in the country to ensure that it ends the way the federal government prefers. no matter what the woman, herself, or her doctor thinks is best even if she is raped. ken buck wants the federal government to force the rape victim to bear the child of the rapist. memo to democrats. if your opponent has views that extreme, throw out the conventional wisdom. you can run against someone on that basis. they say it couldn't be done. it can be done. >> ken buck wants to make common forms of birth control illegal. >> it's just ridiculous. >> i can't believe in 2010 ken buck wants to limit women's access to birth control. >> ken buck also wants to make a common fertility treatment illeg
, the mosque, apologizing to our enemies. it is the weak response to the oil spill. it a trillion dollars added to the deficit every year. add up all of the above and you have a disastrous tailspin for the president. >> sean: what they are doing is governing -- politicians usually have the sense of self-preservation. they won't govern against the will of the people this is the only administration i think that see flagrantly goes against the will of the american people on every major issue >> desperate and out of touch. >> sean: good to see. dana we miss you. >> i'll be there next week. >> sean: time for our tuesday text voting. do we need another stimulus bill? text us at 36288 type: we reveal the results at the end of the show. stay tuned. stay tuned, there's plenty more hannity, straight ahead. >> the president: they have not come up with a single solitary idea that is any different from the policy of george w. bush. >> sean: will these blame bush strategy payoff in november? frank luntz has the answer, next. >> of course we have to get our border secured anybody who doesn't think so come to
be added to the deficit but democrats think it's better spent on the economy. >> chris: apparently rahm emanuel is officially leaving as chief of staff tomorrow. do they plan a big event at the white house? >> late tomorrow morning a big east room celebration and ceremony in which the president will say goodbye to chief of staff rahm emanuel. emanuel deciding to throw his hat in the race for chicago mayor. reporters spent much of the briefing trying to get him to confirm it. including asking gibbs what emanuel's legacy will be. >> i'm not buying in the legacy part of your question. in terms of -- look, i will say this. rahm has an incredible amount of energy every day. >> he will be replaced on interim basis by a senior advisor and served as the chief of stas in the last four years of the senate. he was part of the group that planned the president's presidential bid. robert gibbs said of rouse his strategic spence played a big part in virtually every decision made in the obama white house. chris? >> chris: and one other quick question, because a lot of people in chicago are asking will
that may either enable or encourage prostitution ads. >> leaving cnn's investigation into the matters is amber lion. what can you tell us today? certainly millions of craigslist users are noticing. >> well, tom, something you noticed physically about craigslist is if you live in the u.s. and go to your local page and scroll down to where the adults services section used to be you are met with a big black bar that says "sencensored." i have been on the phone trying to get ahold of craigslist and e-mailed them to see if this is permanent. we haven't heard back yet. one thing's for sure. this section has caused controversy in the past. people saying craigslist isn't doing enough to protect women and children that victims advocates say were being sold like sex slaves under this portion. in may, 2009, craigslist said they are going to start screening ads manually to protect women and children. for our investigation we put craigslist to the test, keeping them honest to see if they are doing what they say they are doing. we created this ad. in this ad it violates all of craigslist's rules. w
negative. means brutally pointed, honest, devastating negative ads. as oneistrate jest put it, anyone who spends money on a positive ad might as well give money to charity. the democrats are getting tough. that's our top story. >>> plus, what scares you? what's the fear if the republicans grab control of congress? a push to starve the health care bill, another government shutdown to shift spending power to the congress? a relen willing campaign to take down -- relentless campaign to take down president obama? listen to what the republicans are offering up. >>> we got a glimmer of good economic news this morning. the jobless rate ticked up .1% to 9.6%. 9.6, and 54,000 jobs lost overall because of the temporary census bureau jobs coming to an end. but the private sector added 67,000 new jobs. higher than expected. and that offers hope that things are getting better in the real economic world out there. still some democrats are becoming quite worried about ending those bush tax cuts for even the top bracket. we'll look into that. >>> retreat, how it there's some retreat -- not all the democr
the top. it doesn't come from millions of dollars of special interest fund and attack ads, change happens because of you. change happens because of you. change happens because of you. >> joining us now is "huffington post" political reporter sam stein. thanks so much for your time, it's nice to see you. >> hi, rachel. >> this is not the kind of event, not the kind of speech we've seen from president obama in a long time. is this a one off? or does your reporting suggest that this is a new white house strategy for the election? >> well, i think it's part of a broader new strategy designeds of to get the base out. and it's much more interesting than scolding. he's telling the base that i realize that things haven't been perfect, but we've gone so far. let's do two more years. and the thing is that when you tell voters to come out because there's more to achieve, it's much more effectual than i think say stop whining, you should go vote again. i think the president probably took a crew that the coverage that he and his vice president got over the past couple of days and refigured the message
made this move on its own. >> craig list either cannot or will not effectively screen out the ads. so craigslist really voluntarily did the right thing. as a result of our job owning and talking to them. but i think that it can be a model for other sites that may either, enable or encourage prostitution ads. >> this is undeniably affecting millions of internet users leading our investigate into all of this has been amber lion. amber, what do you know about the latest? >> well, good evening, tom, victim's advocates now are praising craigslist for this latest decision. if you go to any part of craigslist, any city in the u.s. and scroll down to where the adult service's section used to be, you're now greeted with this black bar that says "censored" and you can't access the section. we've been trying to get ahold of craigslist to find out if this is permanent. we haven't been able to get ahold of them but one thing is for sure, this has caused a ton of controversy saying that women and children are being sold like sex slaves on this portion of the site against their will. so in may of 20
now the, that's not deficit nudispral we are going on adding -- it may not be a huge amount of money compared to the overall cost and the mandate doesn't kick in until 2014. so there are expenses that are creeping up on us. >> right. they fully understated the cost of the legislation. originally, it was argued by the administration and the leadership in congress that this bill pass it and we will bend down the cost care. we will make health insurance more affordable and available. now that it's law, we know that it's not the case t. adds to the deficit t. adds to costs. it creates an enormous burden on the next generation, and this one, frankly. one of the things we could do if republicans were in control in the purse strings is to deny funding to hires the irs agents. we can pass legislation that restricts government spending. >> what the bill is supposed to do is a mandate, it was supposed to fund it. the amount of money so it would be deficit nutra. that's being attacked. it's down with 20-odd states. have you virginia and missouri. also, the funding's being attacked. i don't know
should be forced to have the baby? sharon angle, just too extreme. >> one other of these ads. this is a democrat dan seals in going after his opponent, robert dole on the same issue. >> this is for dan seals? newspapers call him independent, impressive. who's behind him? a group that opposes abortion even in cases of rape, incest, and the 2-party said that is behind. >> what bad example means for democrats running. get hit in that ad, does not actually have an anti-choice record. they are hitting him on the fact that he is endorsed by a very anti-abortion organization. he's not even an antiabortion candidate, but this democrat in this race is trying to make him pay a price for being associated with the super antiabortion group. now, that's the sort of thing that republicans do to democrats all the time. and which democrats could have been doing to republicans all this time but in most cases they wouldn't because they were too skittish about abortion being the basis for doing that on this sort of an issue. but here's dan seals showing how it's done, making his republican oppon
of the investments. page twelve of the packet, we are adding placement service certificates of deposit and requiring those deposits be fdic insured. we are adding language to change to be cnosistent with the investment report, and we are adding a more comprehensive policy. we are editing the financing on page 20 and modifying our financial alternative to extend long-term bonds. page 22 of the packet, we are modifying types of debt to include more. page 31, underwriter's council, we are adding consultation before meeting with authorities, and we are updating the list of definitions for a more comprehensive policy. with that, i am recommending approval. please let me know if you have any questions. supervisor mar: these cnoform to applicable law and allow more flexibility for staff? ok. any questions? seeing none, is there anyone from the public who would like to speak. we move without objection, we are supporting the recommendations. next item? clerk: item #4, state and federal legislative update. >> good morning. we have about half a dozen bills to update you on with recommendations, and the secreta
in afghanistan. black hawk down, nine are killed, most of them americans. political ads are flooding the airwaves. why you may never find out who's paying for some of them. and solutions to the bedbug epidemic. enterprising entrepreneurs smell an opportunity to make a profit. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. this is a special broadcast tonight with fewer commercials and more news. and we begin with an issue that has divided this country for years: should gays be allowed to serve openly in the military? since 1993, "don't ask, don't tell" than law, but activists have argued it's not good enough. and congressional democrats saw an opportunity to repeal it and provide full rights to gay and lesbian service members. but today, supporters of that repeal fell four votes short of stopping a republican filibuster so as david martin reports, "don't ask, don't tell" lives on. >> reporter: it was an arcane procedural vote. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> reporter: but its signific
i enjoy watching when you're on. that is when you run an ad and you critique it. i think you've got an ad first off from ohio. is that correct? take me through it. >> that is correct. it is an ad that has been running against governor strickland. one of the most effective negative ads because it focuses on the issue that the american people care about the most, unemployment. these are actors but red represents the republicans and green line represent as democrats. higher the line, more favorable reaction. >> roll it. >> go. >> 1,250 jobs. gone. >> ncr? ia. strickland couldn't hold on to them. maybe georgia. >> we lost 400,000 jobs under strickland. >> got to be a world record. strickland doesn't get the jobs done. >> i wonder when ours go. >> ouch. i saw both lines going up there. that's not good, is it? >> it doesn't happen, because most negative ads don't do well, the public rejects them. in this case, i wonder when ours go, the last sentence made it powerful because that's what americans are thinking. the phone in the background is perfection. we have another ad to show you that
evidence surfacee showing that the dog that was beaten, ad earlier attaaked the wife of the defennant. we're llve in north baltimore, jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> thank you, jeff. question of thh day. is it appropriate to sentence an animal abuser to community service t a animal shelter. 27 percent say yes. 73 percent say no. one writes, maybe e will learn some compassion, and respect for another life. >> but elsa writes, it seems to me this is ssntencing an arsonist to worr at a match factory. telllus what you think. sound off through facebook. since a tweet at fox baltimore. texttyour answer to 45203. enter fox 45 a for yys. fox 45 b for no and your3 response may air on the late eeitton at 11:00. >> baltimore's top cop met with universities and hospitals -oday. following last week's shoooing at johns hopkins. commissioner bealefield reviewed emergency plans or institutions like hopkins, loyola, and morgan state. and he is trying to improve commmnications between schhol security, and city police. >> the commissioner is very happy with the response of thee3 and this is an oppor
experience. when you look at page, a good number of ads appear on every single web page, and they are there because the advertising is what pays for free access to great content and storage and services online. we think it is really useful and important that the ads be complementary and useful in the overall experience, and that means more relevant. the data we collect on the site may be from your registration. it might be from search. you might have searched on a topic. over the christmas holidays i was doing searches on gaming systems because i have three young sons. that is the kind of information we used to make the ads were relevant to consumers. all of that information is used to improve your overall experience. we think it is really important that we be transparent about how that works. we give consumers tools to be able to see what we think you are interested in and be able to modify it. >> you allow consumers to opt out of getting these ads, if i am not mistaken. do you have any figures or sense of how many visitors actually opt out? do you get the sense that co
in this industry, the ad brokers, the sellers, and the publishers, are all companies that fall within our jurisdiction. >> what about manufacturers like microsoft, or manufacturers like intel who can build privacy factors into their equipment? >> we just settled a major anti- trust case against intel yesterday. >> when it comes to privacy, how does that rank in the obama administration. >> is a very high priority. we began an initiative last year to take a hard look get all of the privacy issues that we regulate, and we have been working on it very hard ever since then. this is very important to us. >> the tech daily dose editor for the national journal joins us. >> i am told that you're going to be putting out some guidelines in of the fall. could you tell us what they will do, whom they are aimed at, and more specifically, when they might come out? >> these will not be guidelines in terms of being final thinking on these issues. we will release some draft documents to try to figure out where there are points of consensus and agreement. what we are hoping to do is increase transparency.
the way up through high school. . >>> low prices, big offers, some ads are just too good to pass up. but sometimes they are also too good to be true and they leave you handing over more money. we've got tips and tricks you need to know about. plus it's all in the tongue. literally. we take a look at the latest technology helping people with spinal chord injuries to get around. >>> meteorologist wyatt every heart, 82 degrees, no rain, try stretch. your forecast winner is todd stevens from lit couple heights, that's exactly what we had forecast today by the way. blue skies, but will they hold up much longer? we'll have that answer straight ahead. sunshine . >>> you're watching the station that works for you, abc 2 news at 6:00. . >>> well everybody has fallen for it at some point, deceptive ads which lure you in with big promises and joce sterman has some tips to help you through the hype in this week's scam alert. >> reporter: from infomercials that claim you can earn thousands from home to advertising which is only to switch it up. we have all let deceptive ads suck us in. >> you to
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